Hello Peeps! Hope life is moving at a pace you can keep up with and that your crafting is bring you peace and contentment.
I have a winner to announce and the DT Favourite as well; and some new DT members to announce - and a reminder that our October Challenge is currently running and is.......
..TIME - and the twist is shabby chic!
Time can be many things - a moment, a place in the day, a memory.....
Remember, you can make a card but you can also make anything else that suits the challenge theme!
Just also remember - NO STAMPS to be used please either digital or rubber or clear/cling.
October is Sponsored
They are having a
for the month of OCTOBER!
Go and check it out!
This could be a long post so you may want to go get a drink of choice here!
(Just to let people know - I usually shoot the Winner and DT Favourite an email prior to announcing it, with details of collection the prize and the appropriate blinkies)
Now, the winner of September's challenge Be Funny has won this:
Sponsored by Susan (me) and the Wood Fellow (hubby!)
Spellbinders diecut set
Love her frame for the twist as well - Elly actually entered 3 times so I was so pleased when her number came out! Her prize is already winging its way to Holland - hope it gets there soon Elly!
Our DT Favourite was tight but was won by
Most of us can related to this!!
Congratulations ladies - why not go to their blogs and leave them some love!
Now, I have had a DT call out for a while and we have some new DT members I wish to announce - if you are still interested in joining us please email me asap.
The NEW DT members are listed below in no particular order.
Hi. I'm a papercrafter from Western Australia. I'm married to Paul and we have two teenage sons, Damon and Mark. I've been scrapbooking since 2003 and cardmaking was a bit of a sideline at the start but I find myself making them quite often now. I haven't bought a card for about 4 years now. I like to keep what I create fairly simple but sometimes do more elaborate ones and there's always something new to learn.
I'm looking forward to sharing my cards and pages with you and seeing what you create. Thanks to Susan for adding me to her Team.
I'm Tracey and I'm married with 2 boys. I love to papercraft, cardmaking, scrapbooking and making a bit of jewelry. I'm very lucky to be on some brilliant design teams from all over the world!
I'm a crafter living in Baltimore City, Maryland. I enjoy all sorts of crafting, from paper to clay. I'm been blogging for about 4 years, and enjoy being a part of challenging Design Teams like this one.
I'm excited to be a part of this unique team!
I am Shylaashree of Adhiraacreations from India, mother of two awesome kids and working as an Executive secretary in Titan Company Limited. Ever since I was a little girl I have found great joy in creating cards, books, and 3-D projects with paper. During a period of ill health I found the art of quilling to be very therapeutic. Since then I have become totally hooked on to quilling. My core strength is jewellery designing /making (was a designer sometime for Tanishq & Goldplus) and wall decors. I look forward to working with the other DT members. I feel that being part of this team will be a challenge and yet I hope that my work challenges those who participate.
I have always been extremely passionate about crafts and arts and learnt to hold a paint brush before I could write! I have studied fine art (Sahyadri School KFI) and specialized in painting, human sketching and contemporary art sculpting. However, in 2010 my left brain activated (pun intended) and I pursued a charter holder in financial analysis (CFA). Contrary to my own belief, I am able to beautifully manage both my professions (finance and craft) very well; in fact both complement each other in their own way. I love bringing a lot of fun, cleverness and wit to my craft projects as I use it as a medium to vent my emotions, portray my observations and express what I go through daily in my life. Apart from this I am a mother of a 2 year old daughter and she has learnt to paint and craft (but doesn't know her alphabets yet!).
Well, that is it - no inspiration this week but plenty to look out for next week!
In the meantime, you can go HERE to find the DT's work from the beginning of the month
and enter the challenge from there.